Chris Anderson, the editor in chief of Wired Magazine, has decided to leave in order to focus on the drone company that he has been developing. This is just another really sad sign of the times and a reflection of what I call the “ghetto economy” that dominates the U.S. landscape today. Such an economy centers around financial ponzi schemes created by banksters, political corruption, war-profiteering, private prisons and the surveillance state.
From the New York Times:
Mr. Anderson, who joined Wired in 2001, said on Friday that he would leave by the end of the year to work full time on running his start-up, 3D Robotics, which is based in San Diego. According to the company’s Web site, it designs personal drones for private customers.
Mr. Anderson said he used a drone to check out the Google campus. Drones, he said, “don’t get bored. They don’t charge overtime. They’re not unionized.”
Full article here.